Programming and Residence Life
At Pace University, the undergraduate experience is about getting a good education, but it's also about growing as a person. We encourage you to try new things, make new friends, and challenge yourself to step out of your comfort zone by exploring both Pace University and New York City.
Your Resident Assistants (RAs) will plan events to help you on your way. Programs are planned by the RA staff throughout the year. Get involved! Take advantage of floor, building and campus-wide programs. Involvement in the Pace community happens informally, too. Some of your best memories may be the spontaneous moments: meeting other new residents at a pancake party, playing an impromptu Frisbee game at Battery Park, gathering with your friends at Midnight Breakfast. No matter what building or floor you live on we encourage you to become an active community member.
At Pace we offer two unique experiences for programming: Non-theme floors and theme-floors. Click here for the theme floor brochure
Students who live on our traditional floor will build community through a variety of programming both inside and outside the Residence Halls. Many of the programs follow our Pace Path learning outcomes. Additionally, we offer Theme Floors, and Dyson House Floors.
Dyson House Communities (1st Year Dyson Majors Students Only)
- Body and Mind (182 Broadway)
- Animation, Comics & Entertainment (ACE) House (Maria's Tower)
- Gotham (Maria's Tower)
- One World (182 Broadway)
Theme Floor Communities (1st Year Students Only)
We want to hear from you! Help us determine which theme floors that we will offer in the first year buildings for the 2017-2018 academic year. Programming on these floors will be structured around a common interest or “theme”.
Let us know your interests by May 31st, via tinyurl.com/pacenycthemefloor.
The chosen theme floors will be announced on June 15th when the Roommate Project goes live.
- Honors (Maria's Tower)
- LEAD Leadership Development & Undecided Dyson Majors (Maria's Tower)
- Performing Arts (Maria's Tower & 182 Broadway)